One of the challenges of adopting a system like CrewTracks is that it touches so many parts of the business. We sometimes joke that we’re half software, half marriage counseling. Our software translates between owners, project managers, accountants, payroll administrators, foremen, and individual workers. We work hard to simplify this communication. Specifically, we aim to keep things simple for the client office staff and even simpler for the field crews. This case study showcases just one of many success stories in this endeavor.
We first met the folks at Brazos and Legacy Masonry in the summer of 2018, and by early 2019, they began using CrewTracks. They tried CrewTracks with one crew first, and soon thereafter, Kent Bounds, president of Brazos Masonry, said, “We were going to roll out CrewTracks to the rest of the company later this year, but I like it too much to wait that long.”
The case study revolves around a meeting they invited us to in the summer of 2019 in order to get the rest of the crew leaders up and running. We also took the opportunity to interview some of the folks who had been using CrewTracks for a while already.
Some responses in the interviews were cut out of the final video. If you’d like to dive into a particular point of view a bit further, watch any of the interviews below.
Tony Gutierrez, Field Superintendent
Kent Bounds, President
Matt Farley, Project Manager
Jenny Thomasson, Payroll Administrator
Mackie Bounds, CEO